Home Made Ice Cream (made in a blender!) | One Pot Chef
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over the years I’ve tried to perfect an ice cream recipe one that’s easy enough to do at home that doesn’t require complicated and difficult instructions or expensive equipment or anything like that well now I finally managed to do it after a bit of experimenting and a whole lot of research I’ve managed to come up with a fantastic recipe that’s easy to do basic ingredients and can be done using a regular home blender it’s homemade ice cream other one-pot chef [Music] so here we go ice cream made in a blender dead simple first of all we have to decide what flavour we’re doing I’ve got lots of bananas at the moment so I’m doing banana ice cream so this is three bananas fairly right which I’m just gonna chuck straight into the blender there we go now to that we’re going to add two cups of fresh cream lovely two cups of milk also going to add some vanilla essence not a lot just a small amount that looks good and just to add a little extra sweetness we’re adding half a cup of sugar now if you want to make this a caramel banana ice cream all you would need to do is replace the white sugar with brown sugar and I’ll let that vast caramel flavor tilt now basically this is a simple ingredients this is all that needs to go into it if you wanted to make it a different flavor like strawberry flavor obviously replace the bananas with strawberries if you just want plain vanilla don’t bother with frigerator oil in it you can also add chocolate you can add pretty much any flavor you like I know that fresh mangoes go into this absolutely fantastic so all the ingredients in all we need to do now there we go I’ve let that whiz for about two minutes just enough time for the sugar to dissolve into the mixture so let’s take the lid off Oh God you could smell the banana already that’s just okay so now basically all we need to do now is pour the mixture into a freezer safe container now this is a two liter container so we’re gonna get about two litres of ice cream out of this there we go and now for the really complicated bit putting the lid on sticking in the freezer and leaving it alone overnight you mustn’t open it just leave it overnight until it’s completely frozen and then we’ll be ready to go and then we have our finished result our delicious banana ice cream now when you get this out of the freezer after you’ve left it in overnight if it’s a little hard all you need to do is leave it on the side for a couple of minutes to soften up and using your big ice cream scoop you can get these beautiful curls of delicious banana ice cream well I hope you’ve enjoyed this video check out my other videos at youtube.com slash one-pot chef show or leave me an email at one-pot chef and hotmail.com until next time see you later

100 thoughts on “Home Made Ice Cream (made in a blender!) | One Pot Chef

  1. One of the oldest blenders I've seen yet. Looks like it's from the 60s and it still works! Tip: Use caster sugar in place of refined sugar, and Vanilla extract (or the bean) instead of essence. That stuff is bloody awful …

  2. thanks for the delicious recipe Sir, Ice Cream is one of my favorite your method is simple & yummy. Rharesh 2nd year medical college boy from Malaysia.

  3. tried this recipe makes tasty milkshakes, ice cream was way too hard to scoop even after leaving it out for 10 minutes. after it softens its a milkshake. you never can get the soft consistency like store bought. there must be another ingredient and process the big ice cream companies do.

  4. I would have really liked to have seen the plastic container you took out of the freezer on video and I would have liked to have seen you scoop it out on video. Instead of just showing the scoops of ice cream at the end of the video. I would have liked to have seen the container it was in after it was done. The ending was a bit disappointing

  5. I am trying this, thank you, so cool you figured this out. update* came out like ice in the ice cream, like when regular ice cream melts and refreezes it gets ice crystals in it.

  6. Can you use almond or soy milk instead of the cows milk? I suppose there’s no real substitute for the cream though . I’d like to use coconut cream . Ps I’ll also use coconut sugar … it has a brown sugar like taste and I like that 👍

  7. New to your channel. I love it and your voice is so pleasant to listen to lol. New subbie
    That is actually crazy. I must try this. You sir. Must be put on the telly

  8. @OnePotChefShow This ice cream is very easy to do!!!! I've done it and it came out beautifully! 🙂
    Like half comments like

    Your voice and other stuff

  9. @OnePotChefShow This ice cream is very easy to do!!!! I've done it and it came out beautifully! 🙂
    That is actually crazy. I must try this. You sir. Must be put on the telly

  10. New to your channel. I love it and your voice is so pleasant to listen to lol. New subbie
    OMG so easy did it . deilushes
    You are cute, and down to earth. Making Vanilla Ice Cream tonight. Subscribing!!!

  11. Recipe sux – ya.ll end up with 4.5+ cups of a FROZEN container ball that MUST be partially thawed to even TRY eating – ZERO STARS

  12. Dig your vids man, but my feck, every sentence sounds like a question? Sorry? No offence? But it's just annoying?

    Honestly, no offence
    Keep up the good work man. Cheers.

  13. Dude I came here because I was trying to make Ice Cream in Blender 3D, not an actual blender. I'm not supposed to be here…

  14. So simple and perfect. Quite a bit cheaper actually than the stuff you buy in the store with all of the preservatives. I live in Phoenix where it sometimes gets to be over 110 degrees outdoors, so a nice cool treat is always nicely enjoyed. Thank you.

  15. Looks wonderfully simple—but I have to ask, without churning as it freezes, do ice crystals form and make it crunchy? I bring this up because many years ago I tried a similar recipe, I don't remember the particulars, and it came out more like ice than ice cream. I'd love to try again if this recipe works better. It looks great. ☺️

  16. Why don’t you HAVE A SHOW ON TV?!! You’re brilliant, cost efficient, and practical… ❤️💯💯💋not to mention simply finger licking good , the real meaning behind KITCHEN FRESH ‘C’ooking

  17. Posted in 2009, his kitchen's shelves look almost the same age as the ones in the abandoned kitchen i used to "live in" to hide.

    It's from the previous century

  18. I tried the recipe from Bigger Better Baking to a T. What came out was basically a whipped cream concoction that was too sweet and no one could stomach.
    I spend over 40 buying top quality cream, cookies, condensed milk, etc.

    I'm going to try this. This actually looks like ice cream.

  19. What if the flavor you want is a liquid… for example eggnog? How much do you add and do you replace something like a portion of the milk or cream for it?

  20. As far as I know as of August 2019 this has not been patched yet however the devs did find it so it might get patched in update 2020

  21. This is the first easy ice cream recipe I've seen using regular milk instead of condensed milk, so I'm going to give it a try………….thank you !

  22. Mine didn't come out creamy. I used whipping creamer. It's a little bit rough to scoop from. I followed all the detections. What could've went wrong?

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    And awesome chef,
    Great ideas
    Love all your videos
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  24. My mother in the 1950s made something like this when I was a kid. We didn't have a freezer or even a blender so I had to mash and whip things up for her. She's pour it into ice cube trays with no dividers and make "ice cream." We loved it. I think it was really frozen custard and not even very frozen at that but it was sweet and we didn't know any different. It was great.

  25. Every video on making ice cream. The narrator say "cream" when indicating the ingredients. In the USA we have to kinds of cream. Heavy Cream and Light Cream.
    1) Which one is used?
    2) Does milk have to be involved.
    3) Can just straight cream (Heavy or Light? ) be used?

  26. Another reason store bought icecream is soft and melts fast is because it is mostly air. How its made show snitched.

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